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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Mr. Andrew Lyell, who managed to reconcile the Victorian Legislative Cham bers, when they were quarrelling about the Appropriation Bill, has undertaken to medmiate between the Melbourne 'Wharf Labourers' and their employers. The happiest results may be expected from his -mediation. He. is a sharp sound, severe, man of business, fully acquainted with the whole subject, and, what is more, fully acquainted with the parties to the dispute. It is impos sible for any Melbourne capitalist, how ever exalted, to put on air:s when he is talking to Andrew Lyell. .Mr. Lyell is one of the oldest account ants in Melbourne. He knows the position and profits of almost every many who carries on a large business in Melbourne, how much money is invested in it, whose money it is, and what it costs, what the capitalist began with, who he was, and where he came from. There's no sentiment in his dealings with business, and no sentimental considerations about the dignity and pride of th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PREMIER AND THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE PREMIERAND THE STRIKE. Sir' Jonu ROBERTSON hit the right nail on. the head last night when he apoko of the wharf labourers' strike in Melbourne, and, reminding the Sydney wharf labourers whom he addressed, that they might presently become the actual arbiters in the contest, counselled moderation and conciliation. This would have been creditable enough in itself had he gone no farther, but he struck at the very root of the matter "when he said that there was very little doubt that ,the public would willingly pay the small incereased charge necessary, and so the owners need lose nothing. "In years gone by," he said, when I wanted to go to the Hunter, I paid twenty-five shillings ; now the fare is ten shillings. The public would not grudge paying eleven or twelve shillings if the excess went into the labourers' wages fund." That is the text from which every friend of the shipping interest will take his conclusion. The public will not object to pay the trifle necessary, and as they ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Globe. EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters und other communications entended for insertion in the news columns should be ad. dressed to THEn EpiTon. All business communications, including advertise. ments, orders for the paper, and remittances, shoul bo addressed to thoe BUlloiss "r MaN., and not to T?s EDITOR. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15.

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THE NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] NEWCASTLE, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. LFoom OUR OWN CORREBPONDENT.J NEWCASTLE, 2 P.M. The latest betting for the Sheffield I1andicap:-3 to 1 against Solly, 8 to 1 Lyons, 10 to 1 Chaffe, 10 .to 1 Bas sett, 14 to 1 Bailey, 15 to 1 Waples, 15 tol Griffiths, 15 to 1 Jarrett, 15 to 1 R Parnell, 20 to 1 others.

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The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. FEELING IN ADELAIDE. 3.0 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

T'he olloroing appeared last ni?ght in our Third Edition. THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE,. FEELING IN ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN OORSarPONDT r .) ADELAIDE, 8.0 p.m. The strike of the wharf 'abourers at Melbourne continues to form the theme of conversation among the "lumpers at Port Adelaide., A rather str.ong feelingis mani fested by the majotiy in favour of the men. PROnADL 'ACTION or Trn A.S.N. It is thoughit the A.S.N. {Company will follow the ecxample of the Adelaide steam ship Company, who have promised to pay any whhrf labourers they may employ in Melbourne the same rate of wages as they pay In Adelaide, and which the MIelbourne mean struck for. In the event of this being done, the intear.olonial cargo trade will ,not be interfered with, as the A.S.N. 'Co. will monopolise the trade between S?Sydney-and Melbourne, and the Adelaide steamship Company between Adelaide and the ?itter port. This it is thought will put an end to the strike as it is not likely that the steamslhip owners w'l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

redicaL SWOLFE'S SCHNAPPS £1 ORDERS. 0 THESE Are Being Cashed Daily .BT -'Jr THE AGENTS, At Whose Office Receipts OF unf LUCKY FINDERS CAN BE SEEN. OVER. SSEVEN HUNDRED ORDERS REPRESENTING THE SUM OF X?700 HAVE. BEEN FOUND AND CASHED. THE .PUBI, SHOULD BE C REFUL NOT TO fAVE IS4ITATIOJ'9T OE .o Some Cheap in~i~orii (Artiole TALMUD OFF ON TEKM AS THE .GENUINE WOLFE'S AROMATIC SOHIEDAM. S.HNAPPS. THE On.ly Spirit RECOMMENDED H CA PHYSICIAN$' Jewellery. WALTHAM WATCH AGENCY. It is admitted by the ometal authoritiea of New Soueth Wales that the Parcels Peost System, every. jsy forcing itself on the policy of the Government, hale received the amplest vindication through the tdelumphaut results obtained by Mr. T. ALCOCK, of the Haymarket, Sydney, Agaent for the Waltham Watch Company (Mas., U.S.A.). By the spirited system of business adopted by Mr. Alcoeck, thou. sands of people all over theAustralan colonies have been brought to utilise to the fultlent extent the tnparaletled convaenience...

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AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:— [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES.". THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN.BE OBTAINED FBOM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Mr. John Varney, Bay.street, Globe Mrs. Chapman, Bridge House, Forest Lodge Mr. G. Casstll, Elizabeth-street, Bolm ro Park Mr. John Fisher, Elizaboth.streeot, passiBathurot stro et Mr: B. Kohn, 37 George-street West Mrs. Mloore, 21 Globe Point Boad Mr. Frost, H1 George-street, Campordowe Mr. G. Gough, Tobacconist, Globe-road Mr. Wellman, George-street West, oppostoe Rail. rsoy Statios Mr. C. rorown, 13 George-street West Mr. G. Hillierd, 193King-street, Newtwntr - Mr. J. C. V?soseeb, 28H King-street, Nuwtows Mr. J. T. Jones, Tobacconist, Manly Mr. 1l. Oseoon, 217 Oxford-street, opposite gaol Mr. John L. Berghoefer, 519, Fitt.street Mr. Geode. Canterbury.road, Petorsham Mrs Hitehell, Nelgos-streot, Petersham Mr. How, Parrsmatta-road Mr. Flynn, 219 Oxford-street, opposite gaol Mr. G. Eveard, 112 Oxford-street hrs, sssnning5 S Oxford-street Mr. S. Scndrstt, Chureh-street, Parrasmtta Mr.M. lJaeobs, 60 ...

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FOLEY AND NEWTON. MELBOURNE, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

FOLEY AND NEWTON. ST WIRE-FROM5 OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. MELBOURNE, 3 p.m. Peter Newton has consented to box Foley for .100 aside, in the Athletic Hall, Sydney, under the following conditions : If interference of any kindby the police or otherwise take place, Newton's backers to get their stake back and half the gate money. If brought to a finish the winner to take twvo-thirds, the loser one-third. If Foley will send a reply at once to the Sportsman .£50 wvill be at once deposited

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THE WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIC. The following are the results of the sports in connection with the Wharf Labourers' Picnic to-day, so far as die. posed of uptoone o'clock thisafternoon:" ITANDICAP RACE.-150 yards; for mem bers of W. L. Union. First prize, £3 83s. Entrance, os. P'I5OT DOLT. W. Wales ,.. . ... . . 1 S . .e..dy ' ... 2 Six started. A good race. aECOND near. A. Callbrick ... . .. I J. Boya ... ... ... ... ... ... 2 SuIFF RACE.-For members of the union Sonly, in bona-fide watermon's skiffs. First prize, trophy, value .£10; second prize, £3. S Shuobert... ... ... ... ... . ... 1 Hans Andersen .... ...... ... 2 Christenson was first, but' was disquali fled on the ground of having pulled in a boat that was not in accordance with the cendititions of the race.

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

PROD?UCE MARKETS." There was only a limited amount of business done in the produce markhet yesterday, but the the Cintraland Gambeirarrived from Melbourne, with fair stocks, which comw to a good market. We note the Cintra has 2135 bags of potatoes, and the Gambler 2260 hogs of potatoes, and as previous stocks wore workhd off at fancyprices, those two shipments will soon be worked off. The Gambler only arrived at eleven a.m. Victorian Chaff.-Thu arrival of about 2000 nags fromn Molbonrno wiU help to supply the market, stocks of which are getting low. Salos, £5 5s. to £5 lss. Onions.-Our stocks are increraed by 740 bags from Melbourne. Sales of Victorian about 07 per ton. Butter.-The market is firm at 0d. for good samples of Illawarro. Cheese, with fair arrivals, yesterday, only limited bausines done. Colonial, ltd to lld ifor New Zcalnnd weo qote Old to 104d. ltoocy.--For common, 3d, but for bcst clear 410 is obtainable. Bran.--Fair sales at Is 2ld nao ls td per bushel. Pollard in go...

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COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

COMMERCIAL. " GLOBE" Ofee,1 p.m. " In thie import markets the business dono was not important. A greot deal of talk wa done by the eorclhcnts engaged io the intereeloonul trade as to the wltrf labourers' and ea?ann's strike, but our telegrams advise us of the appeoranuce on the scene of Mr. Andrew Lyell a very able, expo. rieneed, and painstaking geaiemuo, who is oeting for the Shipowners' Association, and who is doing his best to arrange satisfactory terms between tho 'Trades and Labour Council and the shipowners. From Mr. Andrew Lyoll's well.known charaoter, It s belietoed by many good jdgecs both here and In Melbourne, that terms will be arrived at which, wtill end this strike. In the flour market, tbenmerket remains in the souso state, very firm, bot without any bhrtf snles is report, the arrivals from the country boiug only 114 tons of flour, showing clearly that no heavy son. plies need be expected from there. By the arrhval of the Cintra and Gmtberr, our stocks ore increased ...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE- MAILS. " Mfails will be made oup at the General Post Office for the undermentioned places as follows: Tars DAT MdxnotnNE, overland ... .. ...4 & 7 p.m. AA :ro E, overland, vTiaelbournro .. 3.30 pm. tHonAT AND LAUNCESTON, overland to Celbourne, and thence per steamer 7 p.m. ToWOViaLLE, C00KTOWN, THeRnDAr bnLAOD, PORT DARWi and HO1No. noon, per Whasmpo.e...... 1 p.m. SATURDAT. BnoISAnE AND s ORTn RN e omRs, per onelagh ... ... ... ... ... 0 n.m. hnuRIsANE AND NRTontni PeOas, p mer ,H]arcoo .... .. 10 a.m. dninnsnULA ANan E?eN,per Bega n llaiu. DBISnANE ANn NOaTHEne PORTS, per IRodoudo ... ... ... ' ... ... noon. BoiSBANE AoD NORTRenn" PoarS, per Tatoomba .. ... noon. IrioanoN Riven, per Tomnk . 1 pin. HoaART AND LAUNCEsroNo via Eden, per Flora . ..... p.m. CLAnE?et Riven, per Helen Nicoll .., 8 p.m. MONDAY. SOUTee RN POETS OF NEW ZEALAND AND WELLINGTON-Overland to Moel. bourne, and thence per WVaihora ... 3.30 pim. UNITED KInoven Ann COeviENT o EUnorE-Overland to Melbotir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

Medical. * D R B 0 F D. 52 CASTLEREAGH STREET, (Upstairs), Sydney, Graduate in Medicine and Surgery, Registered Physician of Now South Wales. Consultation: Mail, or in person. Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon day, Wednesday, and Saturday evenings, 7'till 9. Deformities,Nervous, and Female Diseases a speciality M EDICAL CLAIRVOYANT. MADAM CHALK, 22, Castlereadgh street, Redfern, receives patients under electrical treatment. C O N S U L T DR. DE SPENCER. SPECIALIST, Who has received the substantial quali fication of 10 years practical and varied erx perience in the practice of his profession. Let the afflicted have the benefit of his prompt and effective treatment, so as to regain their lost HEALTH and VIGOUR. When other medical men have FAILED, consult the Dr. and be restored to your. MANLY FORM AND CONDITION. 9, Regent-street, near Railway Terminus, Sydpey. R. CAISAR, 867, Crown-street, near Foveaux-street, gives written guaran toee to cure (or return money) nervous de bility, co...

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WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISUI MARKET. Supplies wes' good this morning from Broken BJay the market being altogether well filled. Bidd ling was brisk, and prices first-class. The following are leading quotatious :-Prawns, £1 ita per basket; whiting, £1 10s ; bream, £1 per basket: mullet, £1 Is per basket; ifathead, 7s per dozen; blackflsh, 16s per basket; tailors and gropers, nominal; silver bellies, 14s per basket; s;;appeors, from lis to L9; eels, is per dozse. Messrs. Hearrison, Jones and Devlis report :-At our sale of green sheepskins to-edy (Jan. 14), there was a good attendaco of buyers, and very brisk demaed. Full-woolled brought 27d to 4dd; lambs, ad to 101d; pelts,iltd to 12?d.

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DEPARTURES.—JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

DEPARTITRES.-JAO tAnr 15. Generaol Roberts 4-masted ship, 1914 tons, Cip. Lain S. Baley, for London. Tihe Floran loaves forlfHobart,via Eden, to.morrow aftlernoon, at 4. Tiee tenclagh is duo to.morrow morninlg, from B~rislane. The R.MS. Orient leaves for London at 1 p.m. to-morrow. She islying at her moorings in Neu. teal Bae. The Cintrn and Cheviot leave for Melbourne, sad the Itodlodo ased hsanolagl leave for Brisbane aeed northern ports tom-orrow. The Queensland S,S. Comcopay's noew vessel nflrcoo leaves to-solorrow morn1ing for Brissbane.

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

SHIPPING. .high water, Sydnoy Core, this day, ,59 p.m. AILI"VALS.-J-TvAnT 14. hlodOlelo (str.), 111! tons, Captain Boult, from Brisbane 13th inst. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Itouseman and 4 children. Mr. snd Mrs. Willis, asrvant and child, Mr. and Mrs. Grant, Mr. and Miss Maynes, Mesdames Fagon, Brownes, Misses Cheblemon, Soenr, Gregory. Brown, Rishardsoe, Smith, Siualair, Messrs. MlacDonald, llutcher, Wiles, D. lenjamin, L. 1ather, 1I. L,. Wawlhell, 0. St. Clair, it. Martin, N. Relid, J. Smith, A. Mass, M. Churnside, J. Meow;tn, Itowres, Beauty, Wills; and SO in the steersge. W. ifowad Simith snd Sous, Limited, agents, JAoneRan 15, Allowrie (s), 505 tIis, Cplptain Walker, from Wollongong andniKiama. I.S.N. Company, agents.

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THE FASTEST OCEAN-GOING STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE FASTEST OCEAN-aOING STEAMERB. Tile Holyhoad and Kiingston sea passage can (says tim Illlernlalodoldon News) now bo traversed in two llourn nd tlhre-qmltrtnrs. Tile now mail tatlner Ireland lIns beon constrocted by a[cssro. laird Urotherso,!irlionliad, fur thie City of Dublin Stealu Proclot Company, whin him also mldo gront iloProvenlenet in its other teiunolro, tll Ulstoer Inuunster, Loiutar, and Connaughlt, esntblished oio 25 years nago. Tile Ireland is esteemenod tlno fnstesa .ea-going nteamor afoat, avhing attained 21 knots, or botween 21 and 25 statuto nmils illn ier trial rol acrosn tile Clhnnel; tie din. lanco ill a straighlt line from Uolyhoad to Kingston is 59 knots; Bo tlhnt tlim stolaneor nmnst lavo maintahod an nvorango pooed o[ 20'3 hnots 5lar hour fronm pohit to ploint, a por. lormanco wlhios is without pandlal in ro001l1 wator sta?lnming; thle nctal time was 2h11. dImini. 1lsoo., with a 1ean1 of 0537 itndioateod horse-pownr, unildr doluglit moderately forced by fan...

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CLEARANCES.—JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

CLEAIANCES-JAs?s^o\ 15. Birksgato (s), 538 tons, Captain (Fleetwood, for A.delaido. W hampoa (s), 1109 toes, Captain J. E.Williams, for Rlong" Kong, via ports. T te following ]passengnrs left today per Dirks. ?to for Adelaido:--Srs. Lake, Mliso Lako, ?i, L.ako, Sir. Barrill, and five in the steerage, The following passengero aro booked per R.M.S. Orient, sailing at 1 p.m., to.morrow :-For London Sir. and Sirs. Jetfrey, Mr. and Sirs. F. S. Roberts and family (0) and norso, Sir. and Sirs. Cook, ir. and Mrs. Norry, Sr. andt SMrs. Stewart and children, SMrs. Spark and family (8), Mrs. Whitton. Sirs. WV. D. Lawford, Sre. Sheppard, Sir. an, Mrs, "Whiptple, Mr. andu Mrs. Poook ant infant, Mrs. C. M. 'owlor, Sirs. Eoston, Mro. Sager and 2 children, Sirs. Priestly, Sirs. Chaptsan, Lady Brswn, Hisses Jefriay (2), Banlock (2), Fonatlly, WIhittoo, S'Combe, itenderson, Locke, Slit. oholl, Ives, Small (2) and 2 children, Miss Withers, Messrs. H. Barker, raterson, T. J. iBacklo, F. W. Davy, F. J. ...

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SHIPPING TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

SHIPPING TABLE. Our table of vessels to arrive and vessols in part exclusive of coasters and iutercolouislttradors, will bo fouuod on our sixth logo.

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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

TELEGRAPHIC S11rEPING. , oAnoa.-Arrivals: January 14, Loure, from Sdooy, 4o30p.m.; Cu ? o joolb , from Sydnty, 11.50 j rum. Dearturfro: J?noury 14, oteameoro. Duok of uckinghlm, for fBatoria; City of Melburne, for Stormoot~o, 3 p.mo.; Loichlmtrdt, for ]oodaborg, AoatOltoE.-Arrivals : January 14, Tatloadtoe, from M oelbourne: Normn;au;lorood, boo.e from London; Mobol, bqe., from; BIoston ; Adtaido (s.), Peor, bqc., from Molbo;urne. Doparturo: Jauary 15, lorobtld, bqo, for Guam. seb., from Stow Zealo;d ; .laooory 15, Sootboro Crosa (o.), from; Hobart ; Moretoo (s.), froom Sy d. ory. Do:PortProen Joo)aory 14a, 1..s. tooaf.o. for London. PAtco as.o :o,, for Laoo5ootoo. LOyavey oOo.-Arrfalo, : Janary llIlgot, from Mad;;: Jory War1;oero, from iot ony. Dopart. t;;rfo Januory 15, logo, for llfo;;; Elf a, for Tfflorouy. Newcstle ?.-Arrivo ele Jnuoary 15, o l ryord, Stowcmate Mfl?f Syd, 1o a?ofoef , Collaroy, flora, ljoouorSto, froen Sydneoy; :iJmog , Abilit, from P'ort Stop oroo. Doparturo o...

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